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advantage was not enough for the cal bears. a the love fans still walked away smiling. we'll have a live report. >>> plus the bay area was more than a little late for earth hour tonight. we'll tell you why. >>> come on. you can do it. >> we'll introduce you to the florida dheept tackled an alligator getting too close to comfort to a movie school. >>> and after temperatures today climbed back into the 70s, we are tracking dry conditions. so therefore that allergy forecast remains high and uncomfortable. good news is there is rain in the forecast. we'll show you that coming up a little later. >>> tonight at hp pavilion, the third round of the ncaa tournament for bay area basketball fans, the feature attraction, pitted the cal bears against the syracuse orange. nbc bay area kimberly teri is live. here's the question. did the blue and gold leave the orange black and blue? >> reporter: unfortunately for cal fans, no, the bears couldn't get the upper hand in this game. and their season came to an end tonight. cal fans predicted it would be a tight game but they were still hoping for a win. >>
for the thousands of fans in hp pavilion, but for the cal basketball team. the golden bears kick off a big upset. >> best night ever. >> that about sums it up. take a look. all of the blue and gold inside the arena. the game came down in the final seconds. and in the end, 12th seeded cal beats fifth seed unlv. >> so glad we were able to be in the tournament. the last two minutes, which were the most excruciating minutes ever. >> top team, though. >> we'll take it. >> cal advances to the second round on saturday. round one is over, now comes the real hard part, round two. . >> reporter: yeah, the fans are happy. a lot of good fist pumping in san jose. yeah, the magic has arrived. they got to play a team they almost beat earlier this season. and they got to do it 45 miles from campus. here's the highlights of that one. second half, allen crab missing. no big deal. his buddy, robert thurman following with a dunk. unlv had a chance. down three, under two seconds left. a full-court pass, intercepted. cal. cinderella, perhaps, 64-61. >> well, we're thrilled. obviously. i think that kids really had a p
, san jose is ready for march madness. they will host teams from around the country to hp. cal and santa cruz are among the high profile teams. it's one of the biggest events in all of sports and it means big business from local restaurants and hotels. the games are on thursday and saturday in san jose. san francisco is turning to one of the world's richest men to cover its budget shortfall for the upcoming america's cup race. the city is asking billionaire larry ellison to help pay for the event. not only can he afford it, but he's got a vested interest since he'll be racing in it. the difference is more than 1300 signatures so far. if he agrees, the city won't have to tap into tax incomes to pay for the race. >> the $2.5 million mars rover is sidelined. ground control is in contact, but it cannot perform any of the scientific experiments it's supposed to do. scientists say the problem is most likely caused by space radiation. they have only a few days until a planetary alignment limits between earth and mars during most of april. >> he hasn't seen them in the content for a long time. >
began on march 13th we're back in a moment to talk about march madness and the cal basketball team. stay with us. for your first day? yeah. ♪ dad: you'll be fine, ok? girl: ok. dad: you look so pretty. ♪ i'm overprotective. that's why i got a subaru. love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. >>> ahmed fareed here. we had madness all over the bay. celebrating in berkley and all eyes were on the seats. barry larkins. first half, miami up 20. shane larkin hitting a three. part of a 28-6 miami run here. still the first, marcus duran, hitting the three at the buzzer. the tigers were sill down three. it was the final game for bob tomlinson. 25 years as a coach at his alma mater. >>> they're going to have to run through a very strong syracuse team coming off a win in montana. of course, we all know where berkley is, but cal wants to make sure the rest of the country does, as well. >> tomorrow will be a fwraet opportunity for us to make a name for ourselves and, you know, put ourselves on that, you know, national scale with, you know, teams like kansas and north carolina and duke. and it's j
, not free. among the games, cal and unlv, which starts at 4:30 p.m. >> a long day of fun. we'll be right back with sports. >>> welcome back to nbc bay area. tell the truth, is 13 an unlucky number? the warriors entered the night with 13 games remaining in the regular season and needed some luck while visiting the spurs. they haven't won in san antonio since 1997. let's get to some action. second quarter, warriors down nine. stef curry, lazy pass. the steal and a jam at the other end. warriors down 13 at the break. fourth quarter, golden state cut it town to five. but tim duncan still has game. he had 25 points, 13 rebounds. spurs win 104-93. >>> the cal bears men's basketball team is the number 12 seed in the eastern region, but they open the tournament a top, skip and jump from their backyard. the bears face number five seed unlv tomorrow. they're scheduled to tip off at 4:27. mike montgomery says his guys are prepared for the big dance. >> i think everybody is pretty aware that we're not prepared mentally. i think they were disappointed. we played for the conference championship and gr
. >>> first, let the madness begin. we'll tell you if cal and st. marys were punching their tickets to the big dance, next in sports. >>> ahmed fareed here at the xfinity sports desk. madness has crept into the bay area, and not just at some st. patrick's day party, although there too. we're talking march madness. selection sunday, the day every college basketball team learns it's ncaa fate. the cal bears earned the 12 seed in the east region, setting up a rematch with unlv in san jose. the bears fell by a single point to the running rebels in december. mike montgomery's squad finished the season with a 20-11 record. and good news for the st. mary's gaels. they made the tournament by the skin of their teeth. they'll take on middle tennessee state for the 11 seed in the midwest region. randy bennett's squad finished 27-6 on the season. it is their eighth tournament appearance in school history. >>> and it is not the tournament stanford wanted to play, in but they'll do their best to defend their nit title. the cardinal is the number four seed. they'll host stephen f. austin tuesday at 8:00. ste
, the so cal knight. >> i love that. >> yes. >>> let's check in with rob m d maye mayeda. thanks to our sea breeze, we're cooling down things off. 40s and low 50s outside. and very likely we'll see some patches of low clouds for the morning. right now down to 51 degrees. 49 san francisco and in santa cruz. 49 degrees, watching for the low clouds to form. you can see the wind direction. southwest at 17 into fairfield that is a pretty good push of cooler ocean air into solano county and into the east bay, which will set the stage for some clouds to start tomorrow, and very likely a cooler afternoon for tomorrow as well. so 70s not likely to be in the forecast. so we're looking for some areas of morning mist too along the coast and peninsula for tomorrow morning. and then partly cloudy skies for the afternoon highs. low to mid-60s, and then starting tuesday into wednesday, eespecially for the north bay, there is a chance of seeing some showers as an area of low pressure approaches the coast, and an increasing chance of showers i think as we be through the weekend. satellite and radar mainl
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